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The 7.5 million dollar question for Heights

The Wisconsin Heights School District will be presenting residents with another referendum next week. In the wake of a $27 million facilities referendum in the fall, the District has decided to go forward with the question of a $7.5 million auditorium project.

Above the Line: February

The February Above The Line theme was “Empathy.” The students listed below received awards on Thursday & Friday, February 18th & 19th from their classroom teacher or staff member who felt that they were an individual that showed empathy towards others.  Congratulations to these students!

 

They ate bugs for science

Sixth graders in Ms. Schlick’s class are currently researching and writing argument papers on why eating insects is beneficial. 

They decided that if they were going to  “talk the talk”, they better “walk the walk”.

Sauk Prairie School Board candidate pulls out of race

Deb Moses, candidate for the Sauk Prairie School District board, has decided to remove herself from the race. Moses will still be on the ballot, but wants the public to know she is no longer seeking the position.

She said, “I realized it is not the right time to pursue this while also growing my small business, [Cliffbrake Farm].”

Group looks to promote Wisconsin Heights auditorium referendum

In the wake of a facilities referendum in the fall--one in which the District managed to cut 20 percent off the cost--Wisconsin Heights is now looking at a $7.5 million auditorium referendum.

Spring means tapping trees and enjoying maple syrup at Merrimac

The students at Merrimac tapped maple trees and made their own syrup--then enjoyed their rewards with pancakes--just a week or two ago. Conditions were good with highs in the 40’s and lows around freezing. For more photos, see page two.

Egg-cellent try

Students at Merrimac tried to break an egg in their hands, and unfortunately couldn’t do it. They did, however, get to enjoy some green eggs and ham afterwards.

FFA members stay involved during COVID-19

With the average individual two generations removed from production agriculture, the Wisconsin Association of FFA continues to help prepare every student for their future career no matter their background.

Sauk Prairie School District High Honor and Honor Rolls term 2

Sauk Prairie High School

Term 2

High Honor Roll

3.7. - 4.333

 

Seniors - Class of 2021

 

Thea M. Baier

Anna K. Ballweg

Kyle R. Bascom

Ella M. Basken

Joseph K. Baumgardt

Tax impact for Heights’ single campus drops by 20 percent

As the Wisconsin Heights single campus plan has come into shape over the past few years, the projected property tax load has dropped. Local taxpayers can expect to see a $50 per $100,000 of value savings in their taxes, compared to initial projections several years ago.

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